Video Thumbnails: That's the still frame that displays before you play the video. Sometimes they're known as poster frames. Does Android even recognize them? The thumbnail image is a vital thing for a small child to be able to use the tablet device to identify and watch a video. I'm pretty good with video. I use multiple editing applications, and own sophisticated video compression software like Apple's Compressor and Sorenson Squeeze. Sorenson Squeeze has a setting to choose the thumbnail image for an MPEG-4 movie. But when that movie is imported into my Nexus 7 tablet, it is disregarded. The Nexus just displays any random frame. Has anyone figured out how to add your own thumbnail image to a video to be displayed in Android?